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Indigenous deaths in custody: inquests can be sites of justice or administrative violence

By Alison Whittaker, Research Fellow, University of Technology Sydney
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Investigations and inquests that follow a death in custody can offer insight into what happened. But much work is still needed to make these processes transparent and effective.

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